Printable Homework Log
Rather than giving weekly homework packets (mostly worksheets), I decided to try giving monthly assignments.I had tried this in the past (using the monthly calendars from the book ) but many of the activities were "unstructured" and my parents just weren't following through with them.Or leave a comment and I be able to squeeze in some time to create new ones based off reader feedback.). I’d love a re-pin or facebook share if you’re willing. I hope one of the ones below, whether you use rewards or eschew them, works for your family and each specific child no matter what parenting style you use in your home!
Each day has a specific page in the packet to complete.
I hope these weekly homework planners make life easier this year!
RAINBOW WEEKLY HOMEWORK CHARTMONOCHROMATIC WEEKLY HOMEWORK CHARTSUBJECT/ASSIGNMENT/DUE DATE/CHECKBOX HOMEWORK CHARTDAILY/WEEKLY HOMEWORK CHARTWEEKLY 8-SUBJECT HOMEWORK CHARTWEEKLY HOMEWORK CHART FOR KIDS The charts below are set up for monthly tracking BUT just because they are monthly homework charts doesn’t mean you can’t set rewards at the daily or weekly level.
🙂In order to find the balance between too much and too little homework, I’ve spent some time creating homework charts, checklists, and planners for a variety of situations.
(I’ll be adding more and more over time so check back if you don’t see the one you want.